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Hot Spots

Hot Spots are groups of researchers led by high potential or top researchers with a proven record. As a group, they are able to address the complex challenge of multidisciplinary research. Typically, Hot Spots consist of 20–25 researchers from different disciplines who jointly undertake research activities.

Their topics belong to the ‘hot’ topics under study within the IMR, in line with the IMR’s mission to study complex problems of governance and management. Hot Spots are set up to develop and carry out new, innovative research characterized by our motto’s two criteria: scientific excellence and societal relevance. Currently, the IMR hosts the following seven Hot Spots: